This innovative series makes it easy to onboard new social workers or help seasoned professionals transition over to the hospice world. The role of the hospice social worker is essential in end-of-life care. Ensure your social workers have the right tools for the job and are providing the highest quality of care.
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The hospice social worker plays a crucial role in providing end-of-life care. This 3-part intensive skills training series will serve as an excellent tool for onboarding new social workers or helping seasoned professionals transition over to the hospice world. The first webinar will explore what the role of a hospice SW is and how they interact with the team. The second webinar will elaborate on what providing highly-effective psychosocial end-of-life care looks like in a hospice setting and how to utilize positive problem-solving skills in complex situations. Lastly, learn to go beyond “providing emotional support” and review the critical counseling skills that are essential for all hospice social workers.
90-minute webinars – recordings also available
- Exploring the Critical Role of the Hospice Social Worker on the Team
- Social Work Leadership in Addressing Complex Situations
- Moving Beyond Emotional Support - Targeted Counseling Approaches & Interventions
Session Dates & Descriptions
Webinars start at: Noon Pacific – 1 PM Mountain – 2 PM Central – 3 PM Eastern
Think fast! Can you articulate the role of the hospice social worker and list the skill sets and theoretical frameworks used to guide interventions? If you can’t, you are not alone. In this presentation we will define and expand the true nature of highly-effective psychosocial end-of-life care and bring clarity to the role of the hospice social worker.
Guiding team members through complex situations as they arise is a main focus area of a hospice social worker. After all, utilizing positive problem-solving skills is what social work is all about. In this webinar, participants will explore several of these “complex situations” that typically present obstacles for team members. We will then discuss the social worker’s role in leading team members to find well-coordinated and person-centered solutions.
Thursday, May 13, 2021
Moving Beyond Emotional Support - Targeted Counseling Approaches & Interventions
How often do you read the words “provided emotional support” in team documentation? The problem is people don’t need a licensed professional to be emotionally supportive. During these times of social isolation (a devastating new normal) interventions must begin at a level that is well beyond “emotional support.” This webinar will cover critical counseling skills that are essential for all hospice social workers.